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Posted: 6 hours ago
Lord Heseltine tells BBC Newsnight that the more unpopular Brexit becomes, the higher the probability of a Labour government.
Posted: 9 hours ago
The state of politics means there is no need for The Thick of It, and it would be "beyond sitcom territory" to produce Veep currently, says Armando Iannucci.
Posted: Yesterday, 10:08PM
Ian Lavery MP received £165,000 from the 10 member trade union he ran.
Jeremy Corbyn speaks to the BBC after meeting EU negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels.
A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union after the 2016 referendum.
A car window has apparently been smashed by masonry falling from a Parliamentary building.
Reporters covering the EU summit in Brussels share how their countries see a "no deal" Brexit.
The UK's offer to the EU in Brexit negotiations was a "much better approach than threatening a no-deal and all the catastrophic consequences", says the Lib Dem leader.
An ambulance worker and a police officer give graphic descriptions of verbal and physical assaults by the public.
Prime Minister Theresa May says she will stress the urgency of getting a deal on expat rights as she arrives at an EU summit.
Posted: 2 hours ago
The London market opens higher, supported by banks and mining companies.
Posted: 7 hours ago
The firm recalled 1.2m cars in Japan because uncertified technicians performed final checks.
Posted: 11 hours ago
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the paper clip became a million dollar idea and inspired a resistance movement.
Online retailers have a shop window to the world, but how do you handle all those payments?
The UK government said the firms needed to inform customers when they had paid for their handsets.
The final vehicle left the production line on Friday, in what many consider a symbolic moment.
On Black Monday 30 years ago investors were stunned by a global stock markets crash. What's its legacy?
The deadline is approaching for US cities to submit proposals to host Amazon's new headquarters.
Lloyd Blankfein tweets he intends to spend more time in Frankfurt, a hint of a post-Brexit move.
Police say scams involving share price bets called "binary options" are a growing problem in the UK.
Posted: 2 hours ago
"Driving prosperity" is the focus of a new Welsh Government project to help communities.
Posted: 2 hours ago
A community rallies together to help an elderly couple targeted by thieves during Storm Ophelia.
Posted: 3 hours ago
Work was planned to start on the new road between Caernarfon and Bontnewydd this year.
Plaid Cymru i alw am gronfa £30m er mwyn amddiffyn economi Cymru rhag unrhyw sgil effeithiau niweidiol yn deillio o Brexit.
Undeb yn dweud fod "achos pryder" wrth i adroddiad ddangos fod lefel yr arian wrth gefn sydd gan ysgolion Cymru wedi gostwng 28%.
Jennifer Owen, 28, from Merthyr Tydfil, campaigns to raise awareness of Irlen Syndrome.
Children who are unaware they have Irlen Syndrome are "being turned off education", it is claimed.
We need to stand by emergency workers who stand by us, says the MP whose law plan is debated later.
Before her party conference speech, Plaid's leader says firms should receive cash help with Brexit.
New figures suggest schools are using cash reserves to "plug" funding shortfalls, a union warns.
Posted: one hour ago
A police cordon is in place while officers investigate the item after the alarm was raised at the company's Gourock plant.
Posted: 2 hours ago
Commuters on one of Scotland's busiest routes face major disruption after a signalling fault causes cancellations.
Posted: 3 hours ago
Manager Alan Archibald wants his players "ready to battle" as Partick Thistle aim to record their first league victory of the Premiership season.
A son wins a five-figure payout from a helicopter firm over the crash that killed 10 people, say Scotland's front pages.
It is not known how many people were injured in the crash on the A947 north of Newmachar.
The comedian is among the second round of names announced for the Dumfries festival in January.
The 63-year-old has been missing for three weeks after setting out on a 104-mile cycle along the A82.
Westminster's Scottish Affairs Committee is to look at how Brexit might affect immigration in Scotland.
Marine Harvest confirmed that two sites in Loch Erisort have been hit by the bacterium Pasturella Skyensis.
Posted: Oct 18
Dentists warn that thousands of vulnerable people are wrongly being fined over dental treatment.
Posted: Oct 18
Catherine says becoming ill at university inspired a career in mental health social work.
Posted: Oct 18
A student who faced torture and imprisonment in Syria's civil war is starting her life again at a university in Canada
A record number of children seek help from Childline over suicidal thoughts and feelings.
Campaigners say youngsters should be allowed to put their views to judges.
The British Woodworking Federation warns the lack of skilled joiners is stifling business growth.
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